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, that is terrifying. >> my god, no! >>> so, the michigan humane society gets a phone call from a detroit homeowner, saying there's a kitten stuck in my drainpipe. so, they turned out to rescue it. >> i took a leash, with some food and stuck it down into the drainpipe, was able to reach him. so, i took part of a towel full of kitten food, but it underneath. the kitten was grabbing it, but wasn't wanting to hold on, so i called for assistance and our department came out to help me out. >> do you know how deep that drainpipe was? >> it seemed to be a foot or two feet down, but in the process, look what they found under the cement block here. >> i noticed on the other side, about maybe five feet away, there was a portion of the foundation with a hole in it, and i see three kittens underneath there. >> so, they found three other cats under there. pe rescued them, took them out. you see them removing the stairs to have easier access to the drain pipe. then they start digging it out. >> listen to his little cries! >> all these old houses have these drainpipes, and a lot of them are obsolete now, but they
bailout. >> he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean this sincerely. he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write offs. folks, the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. >> to help us separate fact from fiction is the "the washington post" fact checker. good to see you. good morning. as we did last week with mitt romney's speech we want to remind everybody you don't assign -- joe biden said mitt romney was willing to let detroit go bankrupt. >> there was a headline on an opinion article that romney wrote that used the word bankruptcy let detroit go bankrupt but he was talking about a managed bankruptcy, essentially what the obama administrations ended up doing. however most experts do say that if managed bankruptcy had been tried at the time romney suggested it, it probably wouldn't have worked. >> the vice president attacked mitt romney's tax plan. let me play that. >> governor romney believes it's okay to raise taxes on middle class by $2,000 in order to pa
selection begins in a federal corruption trial against former detroit mayor kwame kilpatrick. kilpatrick and three others, including his father, are charged with extortion, fraud, threats, bribery, and obstruction of justice. if convicted, the four defendants face 20 years in prison. >>> in los angeles country music crooner vince gill will be honored with a star on the hollywood walk of fame. gill's star will be placed next to his wife, singer amy grant. >>> happy birthday to actress and "saturday night live" alum jane curtin who turns 65 today. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and more as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." >>> and, finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. in a "today" exclusive, president obama's sister and the first lady's brother give an inside look at the obama family, and actress eva longoria previews the speech she is scheduled to give at tonight's democratic national convention. >>> and now keep it on this channel fo
to finding the watts company, elroy worked for governor john engler of michigan. he, like me, is from detroit michigan and is a graduate of moorehouse college. thank you, elroy. [applause] >> next, albert sanders jr. come on down. albert sanders jr. is counsel to the united states committee on the judiciary. he's a principal legal and policies adviser, the assistant majority leader to senator deck durbin from illinois, chairs the committee on constitution, civil rights and human rights. he offers counsel on issues ranking from privacy, finances reform and he was named to the luke's 21 under 40 list. mr. sanders earned his become a. in political science from moorehouse college in 2001, there after, completed a certificate at wharton business school, while getting his law degree from the university of pennsylvania, where he was president of the path in 2004. he's a member of the state bar of california and the district of columbia bar. [applause] >> andre d. washington, senior sociology major from hinesville, georgia, who currently serves as the 81st student association government president for
motors. yes, what i don't understand, in spite of that he was willing to let detroit go you bankrupt. i don't think he's a bad guy. i don't think he is a bad guy. i'm sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. what i don't understand and i don't think he understood, i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just auto workers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean it sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and writeoffs. the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. [cheers and applause] >> when things hung in the balance, when things hung in the balance, literally when things hung in the balance, the president understood this was a lot more than the automobile industry. this was about restoring america's pride. he understood. he understood in his gut what it would mean to leave a million people without hope or work if he didn't act. and he also knew -- he also knew, he understood the message it would have sent around
detroit should go bankrupt, you're going to hear about ending the war in iraq, he's going to say that thing about every american getting their fair shot and playing by the rules. if you're a fan, a fan enough to go to a speech like this, you likely know what you're going to hear in broad strokes. today, today on the campaign trail, there was this moment in ohio where the crowd totally thought that president obama was going somewhere that he was not actually going. they started to audibly react as if he was talking about something that they pretty clearly really wanted him to talk about. but he was not going where they thought he was. listen. >> now, there was one person at governor romney's convention last week who wasn't entirely on script. no, no -- >> no, no. the crowd is sort of half booing and half starting to applaud. and a lillal excitement that president obama is about to talk about the off skrift guy from last week, right? he's going to talk about this clint eastwood thing, but that's not what the president is about to do at all. behold an ortorical letdown in ohio. >> t
. it seems from outside ohio, the auto industry is everything there. not just detroit, ohio. what percentage of your workers, men and women, owe their jobs directly or indirectly to the success of the american auto industry? >> the center for automotive research in detroit said 850,000 jobs in a state of 11 million people, ohio, 850,000 jobs are connected directly or indirectly with autos. it's not just the plant that makes the chevy cruise in youngstown or the plant that assembles the jeep wrangler in liberty, in toledo, it's the supply chain, the auto dealers, the machinists and people that fix cars, the people that drive the trucks that move the car parts and the cars around. it's a zillion car parts manufacturers. the chevy cruise, for example, much is made in ohio from the glass -- or from the transmission to the wheels to the steel. one thing after another. it's clear that when we fought for the auto rescue, that that was all about jobs in ohio. that's really governor romney and my opponent's problem is they oppose the auto rescue. they don't quite know how to back off that. >> well, w
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night, revving up the crowd over president obama's bailout of detroit automakers. >> 211,000 good-paying american jobs!. all across america. autos are back!. manufacturing is rebounding!. why? say it!. gregg: wow! do not switch to decaf. that is really working for you. independent analysis by the way of detroit bailout it has been on track to be the most costly rescue of the financial crisis with taxpayer losses, that means your money, lost, compared to this and the wall street bailouts. taxpayers may never get that money back. >> doing a new jersey fist bump. reminiscent of another politician with a meltdown. gregg: talking about howard dean, the scream. heather: reminiscent of that, totally. >> i think it is fantastic. as i said before, this is saying better than the white sox winning the world series. i want to thank everybody that stood behind us on this. feeling of joy right now is bittersweet. like i said before. i will never have my sister again. i have to go see her in a cemetery. at least i know i go justice and a got a cold-blooded killer. heather: the words of nick savi
accessible to all americans. [cheers and applause] despite an opponent who wanted to let detroit go bankrupt, this president saved the auto industry and now it's coming back strong. [cheers and applause] he not only demonstrated the courage to oppose the war in iraq, as president he showed the determination to bring our troops back home. [ applause ] barack obama is the kind of leader my father wrote about in "profiles and courage." he doesn't just do what is easy, he does what is hard. he does what is right. my father couldn't run for a second term. it was left to his brothers, his family and the generation they inspired to fight for the america they believed in. now it's up to a new generation our children's generation to carry america forward. so let me say to the young and the young at heart, barack obama is only president because you worked for him because you believed in him because uconn vinceed your parents to vote for him. young people have always led america towards a brighter future. it happened in 1960. it happened in 2008 and if you show the same spirit in this election as you d
there was no future there before he came to detroit. he worked there to save enough money to bring the kids over. he said to be successful in america you have to be an education and they could not afford an education. we all work and we all say the, maybe we can afford to send one of them to college and they sent my wife to death. dad. he went to college and got a degree in a program where you work a semester and go to school once a master. -- one semester. i have inherited nothing. we earned it the old-fashioned way. [applause] i say that -- [unintelligible] there is a perception that i was born with a silver spoon. i was born with a silver spoon which is the greatest gift you can have an america. -- in america. 75% of life is set up if you were born well in america. there was a factor of employed about 25,000 women they were saving for potential of becoming married and the work force huge factories. as we were walking to this facility, the number of hours they worked, living in dormitories with bathrooms at the end and they had two girls per room. three bunk beds and around this factory was a huge
detroit teachers walked off their jobs for 16 days in 2006. >>> despite the rising price a the gas pump recently, experts say we could see a drop in those prices soon. the damage from hurricane isaac is not believed to are serious which will allow gulf coast refineries to get back to work quickly. the end of the summer blend of gasoline could bring prices down 20 cents a gallon just over the next month. here in d.c. we're paying about $3.98 a gallon. last year we were only paying $3.77 at this time. >>> today is expected to be humid with a chance for some storms. howard is back in two minutes to let us know how bad things could be, especially during the morning commute. >> appealing to the fairer sex has improved the sales of one danish toy company. >>> new speed cameras around the district are alive and active. that's coming up at 4:49. >> we're back with your weather first in to minutes. stay with us -- to minutes. stay with -- two minutes. stay with us. >>> 4:39 on this tuesday morning. not bad out there. a little muggy but the rains have pulled into pennsylvania for the most part. a
has always done best, we are making things again. i have met workers in detroit and toledo who never thought it would build another american car and today they cannot build them fast enough because we rebuilt an auto industry that is back on top i worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to america not because our workers make less pay but because we make better products. because we work harder and smarter than anyone else. i assigned trade agreements that are helping our companies sell more goods to millions of new customers stand with three proud words made in america. >> usa! usa! usa! >> and after a decade of decline in this country created over half a million manufacturing jobs in the last two and a half years and now you have a choice we can get more tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas or we can start rewarding companies that open new plants and train new workers and create new jobs here in the united states of america. we can help big factories and small businesses double their exports and if we choose this past week and create 1 million new be
workers in detroit and toledo who feared they would never build a another a american car. today they can not rebuild them fast enough because we reinvented an auto industry that is back on top of the world. [cheers] i have worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to a america not because our workers make less pay but because we make better products. because we work harder and smarter than anybody else. i signed trade agreements that are helping companies sell more goods to millions of customers. goods stamped with three proud words "made in america." [cheers] [ crowd chanting "usa!"] after a decade of decline, this country created over half of a million of manufacturing jobs in the last two and a half years. now you have a choice. we can get more tax breaks to corporations to ship jobs overseas or reconsider rewarding companies that create new jobs and train new workers here in the united states of america. [cheers and applause] we can help small businesses, double their exports. if we choose this path we can create 1 million new manufacturing jobs in the next four years.
that. >> uh-huh. and my attitude on detroit is we rebuilt that, and by we the government and business and workers together, and also -- i love all of the talk about bin laden. i think it is great. we saw the democrats taking back a lot of things the republicans have been pretending their own. fiscal responsibility honor for the military and family values. and all over twitter you have our right-wingers saying stop rubbing bin laden in our face -- >> stephanie: yeah, because the republicans wouldn't have mentioned it. you know they would never mentioned that if they had gotten him. >> oh yeah. >> stephanie: i loved john kerry's line, ask bin laden if he is better off than he was four years ago. >> john kerry was the rocky ford joke. that was dynamite. >> stephanie: here is more from the president. >> obama: we don't think the government can solve all of our problems, but we don't think the government is the source of all of our problems, any more than our welfare recipients or corporations, or unions, or immigrants, or gays or any other group we're told to blame f
. in places like detroit, more than only 3% are proficient. roughly two years ago i stumbled on the work of jeffrey. i was blown away to see that after, those who are lottery then, after four years, there was an achievement gap in math to apply for the lottery and the average licensing and all of your city. i have to say this on c-span just in case she is watching. one christmas i was alone in cambridge, massachusetts, and i was feeling the holiday blues and i wanted to make my grandmother's coconut cake. and she said oh, it's really simple. you start with two cups of sugar, you boil it. and i said, dan? and she gave me directions that sounded like -- i went to my grandmother's house around thanksgiving and i just annoyed her in the kitchen. but she would grab the flour with her hands and i would put up underneath. and i would sprinkle the flour in and i backed out the recipe. again, it annoyed her, but i had a recipe that i can now give my children and grandchildren. we spent two years trying to do something like that with charter schools. the average charter school is no different than
. we are making things again. i've met workers in detroit and toledo who feared they'd never build another american car. today they can't build them fast enough, because we reinvented a dying auto industry that's back on top of the world. i've worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to america, not because our workers make less pay, but because we make better products. because we work harder and smarter than anyone else. i signed trade agreements that are helping our companies sell more goods to millions of new customers. goods that are stamped with three proud words -- "made in america." [ cheers and applause ] [ crowd chanting "usa" ] and after a decade of decline, this country created over a half a million manufacturing jobs in the last two and a half years. now you have a choice. we can give more tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas, or we can start rewarding companies that open new plants, and train new workers and create jobs here in the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ] we can help big factories and small businesses double their
, that the auto industry is everything there. you're talking not just detroit but what percentage owe their success to the american auto industry? >> $850,0850,000 jobs are conne directly or indirectly with autos. it's not just the plant that makes the chef chevies in youngs town but it's the machinists that fix cars and the people who drive the trucks that move the car parts or trucks around. it's a zillion car parts manufacturers and the chevy, much of is it made in ohio, from the transmission to the windows to the steel. it's kwleer when we fought for the auto rescue, that was all about jobs in ohio and that's really governor romney and my opponent's problem. they don't though how to back off that. >> the guy up against you, mandela, he was against the auto rescue, right? >> well, he called me unamerican for supporting it so i guess you would come to that conclusion, yeah. >> i think you're going to like this ad, senator. trying to portray romney successfully as a businessman that cares more about the bottom line than the average men or women out there working. let's look at this a
biden's labor day trip to detroit stolen on sunday outside the cadillac hotel and found monday, today, in a parking lot three miles or as the wire service says, five kilometers away with no weapons on board. they declined to say if equipment was stolen. they are seeking
, and the intervention in detroit, and in the auto industry, look, we know that in fact, intervention was a loss for the american taxpayer, didn't create wealth as promised and two choices investors must make as well. should the government play a role, or one approaches it as hands off and actually letting the private sector create wealth for this country. >> jamie: last question, i only have 15 seconds. is there anything really that the fed hasn't tried? >> well, they are going to try more quantitative easing, and bonds, and interest rates, haven't had an impact so far. one impact it could have is inflation a few months or years down the line. >> jamie: the qe, 1, 2-- i tell kelly is sounds like a cruise. >> thanks so much jonathan hoenig, always great to have you here. >> thanks jame why. >> kelly: there are reports that tens of millions of americans have uncontrolled high blood pressure and don't know it. coming up, who is at risk? the doctor is in. you want to make sure it goes up and stays up. [ chirp ] with android apps, you get better quality control. so our test flights are less stressfu
detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry and saved 1 million jobs. seven presidents before him republicans and democrats tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made an historic investment to lift our nation's public schools and expanded pell grants so that more young people could afford college. and because he knows that we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation of a generation of young law-abiding immigrants called dreamers. now it's time for congress to enshrine in law their right to pursue their dreams in the only place they've ever called home. america. four years ago, america stood on the brink of a depression. despite incredible odds, and united republican opposition, our president took action and now we've seen 4.5 million new jobs. he knows better than anyone that there's more hard work to do. but we're making progress. and now, we need to make a choice. it's a choice between a country where the middle class pays more so that millionaires can pay less, or a cou
came on an october afternoon in detroit. 49ers won that one with a 4th quarter touchdown and we'll see the lions for a return engagement tomorrow night at candlestick park. alex smith found moss four times last week in green bay and once for a touchdown. moss is well aware of what he is up against when it comes to the lions. >> the d' line is definitely a strength of theirs. a lot of buys that all can play football at a high-level and the strength of theirs for sure. in general, still similar to the team we played last year. they do some different things here and there and you never know, when you play a team twice, i'm pretty sure it's not going to the same way they played us last time. >> here is what is happening on channel 2 on fox tomorrow, preshow at 9 and our game tomorrow is the cowboys and seahawks and we'll see you at 5:00 for the early edition of sports wrap thank you, joe. that is our report for tonight everyone. thank you so much for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. we're getting word of a small brush fire in kelly park. this one was
what america has always done best. we are making things again. i've met workers in detroit and toledo who feared they'd never build another american car and today they can't build them fast enough because we reinvented a dying auto industry that's back on the top of the world. [ cheering and applause ] >> i've worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to america not because our workers make less pay, but because we make better products, because we work harder and smarter than anyone else. i signed trade agreements that are helping our companies sell more goods to millions of new customers, goods that are stamped with three proud words made in america. words -- made in america.%- [ cheering and applause ] chants >> and after a decade of decline this country created over half a million manufacturing jobs in the last 2 1/2 years and now you have a choice. now, y we can get more tax breaks to corporations that ship job overseas or we can start rewarding companies that open new plants and train new workers and create new jobs he
romney. mitt -- no, no. mitt romney, mitt romney grew up in detroit. my dad managed, his dad owned -- well, his dad ran an entire automobile company, american motors. y yes, what i don't understand is in spite of that he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt. i don't think he's a bad guy. no, no, i don't think he's a bad guy. i'm sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. but what i don't understand, what i don't think he understood, i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just autoworkers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean that sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write-offs. folks, the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. [ cheers and applause ] when things hung in the balance, when things hung in the balance, i mean literally hung in the balance, the president understood this was about a lot more than the automobile industry. this was about restoring america's pride. he understood. he under
up in detroit. my dad managed his dad owned, well his dad ran an entire automobile company, american motors, despite of that he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt, i don't think he is a bad guy. i am sure he grew up, loving cars, as much as i did, but what i don't understand, and think he understood, that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just the auto workers. i think he saw the bain way. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write-offs. folks, the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits but it is not the way to lead our country from the highest office. when things -- when things -- when things hung in the balance, literally hung in the balance, the president understood this is about a lot more than the automobile industry. this is about restoring america's pride. he understood, he understood in his gut, what it would mean to leave a million people without hope or work if he did not act. and heal knew, he also knew and understood the message it would have sent around the world. if the united states gave up
of another son of another automobile man, mitt romney. mitt romney grew up in detroit. my dad managed his dad owned -- his dad ran an entire automobile company, american motors. yes, what i don't understand, in spite of that, he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt. i don't think he's a bad guy. no, no. i don't think he's a bad guy. im sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. what i don't understand, what i don't think he understood, i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america -- not just auto workers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean this sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write-offs. forks the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. [cheers and applause] when things hung in the balance, i mean, literally hung in the balance... the president understood, this was about a lot more than the automobile industry. this is about restoring america's pride. he understand, he understand in his gut what it would mean to
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